Today: 23 April 1926 Samsun-Kavak line of Samsun-Sivas line is opened.

Today in History
April 23, 1903 British Prime Minister Balfour announced in the House of Commons that they will not be partners in any way and will not support the Baghdad Railway.
23 April 1923 An agreement was signed between Deutsche Bank and Schroder in Zurich on Anatolia and Baghdad Railway.
23 April 1926 Samsun-Poplar line of Samsun-Sivas line was opened. The construction of the line stopped due to the war started by Regie Generale in 1913. Contractor Nuri Demîrağ completed the line.
23 April 1931 Irmak-Çankırı line (102 km.) And Doğanşehir-Malatya lines were opened.
1 June 1931 date and 1815 with the law Mudanya-Bursa railway 50.000 TL. purchased in return.
April 23, 1932 Kütahya-Balıkesir line was opened by the Speaker of the Turkish Grand National Assembly Kazım Özalp. With this line, the distance between Balıkesir and Ankara decreased from 954 km to 592 km.
April 23, 1941 Hadımköy-Akpınar line (11 km) was built by the state in Thrace with military reasons in mind. The main stations of the Erzurum-Sarıkamış-Kars line were opened. Samsun Station was put into operation.
23 April 1977 Izmir commuter trains.

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